Rebecca Hosking from Aireys Inlet took these beautiful photos behind Lorne in the Otways around Mt Sabine road and Mt Cowley on 24 June 2016.
Please visit Rebecca's website for more examples of her work.
Goose Barnacles at Hutt Gully
Southern Right Whales at Wye River, on 14th July 2012.
There were 5 whales in total (including 1 x calf: the tail photos). Three were moving from the Lorne area to Wye River, and two more were travelling from Apollo Bay; both pods converged on either side of the point. They were quite quiet. To see them on a more active occasion (and closer!) would be fantastic.
Larvae of the Snub Moth Oenosandra boisduvali hatching at Fairhaven, on Sat 28th April. Such excitement!
Tiger Quoll photos from the recent tour at the Cape Otway Conservation Ecology Centre.
More information about the tour can be found in the Visit to Cape Otway Centre for Conservation Ecology Report.
Honeybrown or Dead Leaf Skeletoniser Beetle Ecnolagria grandis
22 Russell Ave
The beetle was in plague numbers in some areas after even greater numbers of the larvae shortly before.
Buoy Barnacle Dosima fasicularis
Point Addis beach
It is the only barnacle to produce its own gas-filled float and has been washed up on local beaches recently.
Yellow Rush-lily Tricoryne elatior
Kuarka Dorla Reserve
This was a magnificent specimen with over 200 flowers.
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